This November, a surprisingly unlikely crossover will be occurring between IDW and DC Comics. As announced at San Diego Comic Con, Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be meeting up to kick some serious shell.
Archive for the ‘DC Comics’ Category
Tags: Batman, Crossover, DC Comics, IDW, Ninja Turtles, TMNT
Tags: Babs Tarr, Batgirl, BCC, Boston Comic Con, DC, New 52, Redesign
Tags: Comics, Mara, Ming Doyle, Ollie Masters, The Kitchen, Vertigo
Game&Comic had the opportunity to speak with comic artist, Ming Doyle, at Boston Comic Con 2014. Well known for her work on Image’s Mara, fans were wanting to know what is next for the upcoming artist. If you have not had the chance to read Mara, we highly suggest picking it up. Doyle has a really hip, clean, and colorful art style that is a real pleasure to read. Doyle actually has a new series on the way, and it’s taking us straight to The Kitchen:
Tags: #1, 9.0, Action Comics, Auction, Authentic, CGC, eBay
This week marks a very special moment in history. A professionally graded CGC 9.0 Action Comics #1 is currently listed on an eBay auction, and the current bid is already over $2,000,000. There are only two known copies of this caliber in existence, and this issue can be yours at the right price:
Tags: Batman, Boston Comic Con, DC, Greg Capullo, Panel, Scott Snyder
Boston Comic Con’s Friday panel lineup included a special Batman Panel featuring Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. If you are a current DC reader, chances are you are reading the New 52 Batman. Batman has been one of DC’s strongest and most consistently great series, and fans were given the chance to learn a bit more behind the two people who make it all happen:
Tags: Batman, Batman vs Superman, Controversy, Dawn of Justice, DC Comics, Gal Gadot, Superman, Warrior Princess, wonder woman, Xena
At San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, director Zack Snyder shared the first photos of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. Finally getting some much deserved screen time in Batman v. Superman, Wonder Woman is one of many comic woman who takes being a heroine to the next level.
Tags: 75th anniversary, Batman, Bill Finger, Bob Kane, DC Comics, Detective Comics
“Dark Knight. Caped Crusader. World’s Greatest Detective… poster boy for what a bad childhood can do to you,” call him what you may but after seventy five years Batman’s legacy expanded world-wide and today is the day to celebrate the caped crusader.
Bruce Wayne is looking pretty great for his 75th, no bad knees or graying hair seen here, but rather Bat fans nationwide gather to celebrate the winged hero decades after his debut.